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2013 Top 100 College Baseball Players

2013 Top 100 College Baseball Players

Here is College Baseball Daily’s annual look at the top players in college baseball. The list is based on personal observations from CBD Editor Brian Foley, CBD Senior Writers Kat Cornetta and William Knox. We have also used many prospect lists from around the country to help out with our rankings. When possible, we included videos so our readers can get a glimpse of the player in action. Feel free to leave your comments in the comment section of each post and if you want to discuss the entire list use the section below.

 

1. Carlos Rodon (NC State)
2. Mark Appel (Stanford)
3. Sean Manaea (Indiana State)
4. Ryne Stanek (Arkansas)
5. Colin Moran (North Carolina)
6. Michael Lorenzen (Cal-State Fullerton)
7. Kent Emanuel (North Carolina)
8. Marco Gonzales (Gonzaga)
9. Colby Suggs (Arkansas)
10. Konner Wade (Arizona)
11. Buck Farmer (Georgia Tech)
12. Eric Jagielo (Notre Dame)
13. Adam Plutko (UCLA)
14. Johnny Field (Arizona)
15. Trevor Williams (Arizona State)
16. Austin Cousino (Kentucky)
17. Dominic Ficociello (Arkansas)
18. Brian Ragira (Stanford)
19. Bobby Wahl (Ole Miss)
20. Tom Windle (Minnesota)
21. Trea Turner (NC State)
22. Kyle Farmer (Georgia)
23. Michael Conforto (Oregon State)
24. Aaron Nola (LSU)
25. Kartsen Whitson (Florida)
26. Dan Slania (Notre Dame)
27. Daniel Palka (Georgia Tech)
28. Raph Rhymes (LSU)
29. LJ Mazzilli (UConn)
30. Aaron Judge (Fresno State)
31. Kris Bryant (San Diego)
32. Barret Astin (Arkansas)
33. Phil Ervin (Samford)
34. Austin Wilson (Stanford)
35. Adam Frazier (Mississippi State)
36. Mason Katz (LSU)
37. AJ Reed (Kentucky)
38. AJ Vanegas (Stanford)
39. JaCoby Jones (LSU)
40. Aaron Blair (Marshall)
41. Patrick Biondi (Michigan)
42. Tyler Horan (Virginia Tech)
43. Tanner English (South Carolina)
44. Corey Littrell (Kentucky)
45. Chad Pinder (Virginia Tech)
46. Matt Boyd (Oregon State)
47. Max White (Oklahoma)
48. Joey Pankake (South Carolina)
49. Justin Jones (Cal)
50. Grayson Greiner (South Carolina)
51. Conrad Gregor (Vanderbilt)
52. Riley Moore (Arizona)
53. Kevin Ziomek (Vanderbilt)
54. Michael Wagner (San Diego)
55. Jacob May (Coastal Carolina)
56. Jake Johansen (Dallas Baptist)
57. Jeff Hoffman (East Carolina)
58. Jonathon Crawford (Florida)
59. Trevor Gott (Kentucky)
60. Mitchell Garver (New Mexico)
61. Trey Masek (Texas Tech)
62. Chad Green (Louisville)
63. Jeff Roy (Rhode Island)
64. D.J. Peterson (New Mexico)
65. Ryan Eades (LSU)
66. Nick Vander Tuig (UCLA)
67. Tanner Mathis (Ole Miss)
68. Jimmie Sherfy (Oregon)
69. Dylan Covey (San Diego)
70. Jake Reed (Oregon)
71. Dan Child (Oregon State)
72. Brandon Liebrandt (Florida State)
73. Nick Petree (Missouri State)
74. Jose Trevino (Oral Roberts)
75. Jason Monda (Washington State)
76. Ryon Healy (Oregon)
77. Michael O’Neill (Michigan)
78. Tyler Skulina (Kent State)
79. Tom Bourdon (Boston College)
80. Tony Kemp (Vanderbilt)
81. Alex Blandino (Stanford)
82. Justin Gonzalez (Florida State)
83. Danny Collins (Troy)
84. Jared King (Kansas State)
85. Jeff Thompson (Louisville)
86. Mathew Troupe (Arizona)
87. Ryan Tella (Auburn)
88. Kevin Williams (UCLA)
89. Braden Shipley (Nevada)
90. Jordan Hankins (Austin Peay State)
91. Hunter Cole (Georgia)
92. Brandon Thomas (Georgia Tech)
93. David Berg (UCLA)
94. Mason Robbins (Southern Miss)
95. Ty Ross (Louisiana State)
96. Aaron Brown (Pepperdine)
97. Kyle Freeland (Evansville)
98. Colton Plaia (Loyola-Marymount)
99. Andrew Istler (Duke)
100. Alex Haines (Seton Hill)